The online retail giant Amazon is expected to announce new services for consumers to buy goods online, including a service that allows customers to shop without the need for an internet connection.
According to a Wall Street Journal report, Amazon will begin offering an online shopping service in the US in the second quarter of 2018.
The service will be called Amazon Sell, and will allow customers to purchase goods from the site without an internet account.
Amazon Sell is designed to allow customers who have an Amazon account to make purchases on Amazon through a phone app or website.
The app will enable customers to easily browse and shop for items on Amazon’s online marketplace.
Amazon is also expected to expand its relationship with local brick-and-mortar stores, with the company set to announce a new partnership with Macy’s that will allow retailers to sell merchandise online using Amazon Sell.
Amazon has been expanding its retail presence in the United States.
It recently opened a new retail space in the Los Angeles area, which includes a new location for Amazon to launch new online products.
Amazon also plans to announce plans for an expanded online retail presence for the United Kingdom, with a new online shopping platform that will provide a more convenient way to shop for goods.
Amazon, the largest US online retailer, has long been working to expand and modernize its online offerings.
The company recently launched its own digital shopping app, AmazonFresh, and announced plans to introduce a new store concept in the UK in 2018.